Oshiomhole who was visibly angry at this point, due to the contradicting reports given by both the engineer hired by the government to monitor the projects and the state government engineers, said, this is why people prefer to hire foreign engineers because our own engineers, some of them useless, connive
with corrupt politicians and contractors do dupe the state.
The ``Road'' pictures - respectively, ``Road to Singapore'' (1940), ``Road to Zanzibar'' (1941), ``Road to Morocco'' (1942), ``Road to Utopia'' (1946), ``Road to Rio'' (1948), ``Road to Bali'' (1953) and ``Road to Hong Kong'' (1962) - projected a breezy, ``We can handle (or connive
our way out of) any fix'' assurance.
Fate's Silver bracelets) Can I connive
at the window's tears?
While in Vietnam, Timberg writes, it was "inconceivable" to Webb "that the nation could be at war and tens of thousands of men his own age might connive
to avoid it, knowing all the while that other young men of similar promise and equally lofty dreams risked living out their futures in darkness.
I saw that there were people who will connive